Wild Animals Caught On Candid Camera

Ever wonder what animals are up to in the woods when nobody’s around?

Well, maybe not, but the thought is still fascinating. Which is why I’m excited that the Smithsonian Institute has a great web page with a ton of photos from remote, motion-triggered cameras of a huge variety of wild animals.

A jaguar captured by a camera in the Smithsonian Institute's photo project

The site has at least 200,000 photos, so this is a guaranteed, fun time waster.

Apparently, the cameras were planted in wild areas all over the world. And photos are still coming in, which means there will be more.

I love how some of the animals seem awfully curious about the cameras.

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